Wow what an evil minded narcissistic
Just as well he also had a strong need for attention. This guy easily scores high at psychology bingo, for example, without even trying much we have such highlights as:
* Shows everyone he has power over people with screen shots to prove it
* Threatens to cause harm to others to also show he has power over people
* Seeks a job as a security guard, so he can act as if he has some power
* Seeks to bully the place he works and gains access to allow him to bully them
* Shows a very strong need for attention
Wow talk about having issues. He's really putting some effort into this. So basically he is an attention seeking bully. A Narcissistic combined with Histrionic. Given that kind of profile it strongly suggests he suffered childhood parental neglect and some kind of abuse and so is now taking his anger out on others. Its also interesting his target is a hospital, a place usually associated with giving care to people. So he is also able to hit out at carers, which also goes back to his anger at parents who should have be carers to him. So he's behaving like a milder less harmful version of so called, Angels of Death, health care workers who kill (full on serial killers who go into health care jobs to seek victims). In his case he is just showing he has the power to abuse others, although given his behavior, if he wasn't stopped he could easily have ended up killing.
@Trevor 3: “I can't remember the last time we had a "nut-job" go round a hospital injuring the already injured.”
In that case you must have been living in a cave. For example, from the British Medical Association: http://www.bma.org.uk/sc/employmentandcontracts/morale_motivation/violenceagainsthealthcareworkers.jsp
e.g. “Nearly half (43.1%) of junior doctors reported both physical and verbal abuse at work”.
And Trevor3, when you've finished reading that, then you can learn some more reading these cases:
This case is a good example of why narcissistics are such a problem and even at times a danger to everyone. (Yet ironically narcissistics seek and easily get into positions of power over people).